Hampton Inn - College Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... payment and title transfer, it quickly became apparent that the "deal" wasn't going well and with some additional information about the sellers, we decided to back out.
Wanting to get away from our temporary insanity adventure, we packed up and left camp, wanting to leave that all behind us as quickly as possible.
New Jersey is waiting for us with better weather and good friends and more boating fun.
... to L'Enfant Plaza Metro station, where we transferred to the Red line to the Smithsonian station, one stop away. Up out of the hole, and we were on the National Mall, near the Washington Monument; the Lincoln Memorial, our destination, lives all the way at the other end of the Mall, about a mile and a quarter away.
By this time, it was almost 6:30, and the sun was just ...
... know, that could explain why I was so surprised to find that George Washington was such a key figure in the American Revolution.)
Anyway, we got to the American History Museum and, what do you know? Another line to get in. We decided to brave it this time, and it wasn’t all that bad. We saw a bunch of neat stuff (that’s a technical term), like the Count from Sesame Street and ...
... for freedom. My father was in the Navy and was a Pearl Harbor survivor. This memorial has special meaning for me.
Our next stop was two more stops on the Big Bus. We got off at 15th and G Street and ate at Old Ebbit Grill. Apparently, anybody-who-is-anybody eats at Old Ebbit Grill. The place was packed when we got there, but I didn’t see ...
... today, and maybe not tomorrow. We’re both pooped. Tomorrow will be a day of R and R, then, Tuesday, we’ll do the town up right. Watch out everybody. Just like Jimmy Stewart, Mr. M. goes to Washington!
Okay, even I thought that was lame. I really am ...